Snow Removal

Snow Clearing

The County employs a dedicated snow removal crew, which clear and maintain over 3,600 kilometres of paved and gravel roads.

Reasonable efforts are made to clear all rural roads within five days following a significant snow fall. Multiple snow fall events may alter the snow clearing cycle and require extended hours or days to complete.

For details, please refer to the Winter Road Maintenance Policy [PDF - 1 MB].

Snow Clearing in Residential Areas

Specific crews are dedicated to snow removal in County hamlets and designated residential areas, which include:

  • Hamlet of Clairmont, from 100 Ave to 113 Ave
  • Subdivisions of Whispering Ridge & Westlake Village in the Hamlet of Clairmont
  • Subdivision of Wedgewood
  • Subdivisions of Maple Ridge & Taylor Estates 

Click here for more information about snow clearing in these areas.

Keep Snow and Ice Off of Roadways

Residents and property owners are advised to keep the snow and ice that they clear from their driveways, sidewalks and property within the boundaries of their property.

It is illegal to:

  • deposit snow, ice and other material onto roadways, right-of-ways, ditches or property other than your own.
  • conduct any form of work or maintenance on any County road, road right-of-way, or ditch without permission from the County.

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Report Violations

Residents are encouraged to report improper snow removal and other offenses, under the County’s General Traffic Bylaw 3024 and the Highway Development and Protection Act, by using the online form, or contacting Regional Enforcement Services at 780-532-9727 or

Provincial Highways

All primary and secondary highways are the responsibility of, and maintained by, Alberta Transportation. If you have questions or concerns about maintenance of these roads, please contact Alberta Transportation at 780-538-5310. For updated highway conditions and reports, please call 5-1-1 or visit

How You Can Help

With your help, snow removal in the County of Grande Prairie will happen safely and efficiently. Read more to learn about how you can help.

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